We've done it again! Go Hands-Free with our new EC SlimLine Surgical Loupes with LED Light: Simple, powerful and sporty!
Our lightweight fully adjustable EC SlimLine Surgical Loupes with powerful LED lighting system offer exceptional resolution and the brightest light; identical to the Seiler but at an incredible price! Allows freedom of movement and looks great on - due to our attractive, streamline profile! One knob adjustment adapts to any pupil distance, intrapupillary can be set quickly and simply, allowing for multiple users. Flip-Up design eliminates having to take loupes on and off allowing for easy visual contact with patient. Comfortable, our lightweight system weighing less than 4 ounces, has an adjustable gel nose bridge that conforms to differing widths. Clear, crisp imaging at 2.5x, 3.0x (most popular) or 3.5x magnification. Intense, white shadow free light at 30,000Lux, 6,000°K, with 30,000 hours of life! Comes complete with Lithium rechargeable battery kit, wall transformer and custom case. Also includes our quick study guide "Getting to Know Your Loupes" to help the practitioner transition from otoscope to loupes.
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Our most popular and affordable LED Headlight mounted Surgical Loupes!
Compare the price of our EC LumiSpot LED Headlight with Surgical Loupes - simply the most economical Light Emitting Diode system with Surgical Loupes available! Powerful, lightweight and comfortable, our EC LumiSpot provides hands-free, binocular coaxial illumination and visualization. Clear, crisp imaging at 2.5x, 3.0x (most popular) or 3.5x magnification with a comfortable 340mm (13.4") working distance. Loupes adapt to any pupil distance, intrapupillary can be set quickly and simply, allowing for multiple users. Also, the versatile LumiSpot may be used with or without prescription glasses, making it ideal for anyone in the office! Intense, white shadow free light at 5 Watt, 80,000Lux, 6,000°K, with 20,000 hours of life! The dual adjustable headband quickly conforms to individual sizing,
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EconoLine Surgical Loupes: Our most affordable Stand Alone Surgical Loupes!
Compare the price of our EconoLine Loupes - hands down the most economical 5-way adjustable Surgical Loupes available! Comes complete with carrying case.
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Beware: All Loupes are not created equal.
Understanding quality differences before purchasing, can save the professional frustration, eye strain, mistakes and money.
Loupes have rapidly become a preferred way of "seeing" in the medical, dental and veterinarian sciences. It is critical that the loupes portray an accurate, precise, distortion free view. With the flood of inexpensive and inferior quality loupes on the market, many professionals are confused. Loupes may look identical but have varying degrees of optical quality and clarity. Figure A is the original view by the naked eye, Figure B shows the view through inferior quality loupes, Figure C shows the view through high quality loupes. The most common signs of poor quality loupes are low resolution, chromatic aberration and spherical aberration:
Resolution is defined as an optical system's ability to form distinguishable images of objects separated by small distances and the ability to recognize fine detail. This is a must in medical, dental and veterinarian sciences.
Chromatic aberration refers to color distortion. Because each color has a different wavelength, uncorrected optics cause the various wavelengths to focus at different points in space. The first color to fall out of focus is blue. Notice the blue haze just to the side of the black lines in figure B. Tissue and color rendition is critical for any practitioner.
Spherical aberration refers to the images flatness. When viewed through loupes, an object that exhibits spherical aberrations would appear to be curved or spherical also depicted in figure B. Distortions of any kind are unacceptable especially in tight areas such as the ear canal.